I had my E-M5 for a few weeks now; coming from a G3 and before had a Canon system with a 5D and several lenses. I took this picture at dusk on a foggy day; very low light levels and a dark subject. ISO 6400, 20mm @ f1.7, 1/5s, HANDHELD. I could not have got this with ANY of my previous cameras handheld, at all. But what impressed me the most is how good it is at ISO 6400! I printed it yesterday on A4 size and can't really see any noise; crisp details and good colors. For the size of the camera and lenses i'm really blown away by what they can do. Moreover, in situations like this one, it is a real advantage to have more depth of field at wide apertures (and lenses that are very good wide open). With my 5D i had a Voigtlander 40mm f2; wide open the depth of field was too thin most of the time and the performance not that impressive at all... Not even the 5D impressed me so much overall when i first got it coming from a 10D. Have a good 2014, Daniele.